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Yoruba: The Egyptian Connection

Dear Olomu and Eyebira,

I commend you for your wonderful contribution to ourstory of Ooduwa. I would like to read the first chapter.
The article 'yoruba: the egyptian connection' is well written but you began your research from one of the home-comings of several expeditions led by the first Oduduwa and subsequent rulers that took to the title of the first Oduduwa.

I suggest you consult some competent Babalawo at Ile-Ife or if there are any left in Itsekri, Ilaje, Igala, etc to conduct further research on Oduduwa and the Yoruba people in general.

My personal research has led me to believe in upward mobility meaning that it was from ILE-IFE that the Yoruba migrated to all other parts of the world. Even the Egyptian civilization was not a direct beneficiary of the Yoruba civilization, it was passed down to them through the Tyrenians.

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